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US considers tightening grip on China's ties to Corporate America
The U.S. may start scrutinizing informal partnerships between American and Chinese companies in the field of AI.
5G could change the video game industry forever
A look at the potential impact of 5G on the future of video games.
How marketing built Lego into the world’s favorite toy brand
The humble Lego brick is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. Its marketing chief explains how it stays popular
Airbus first-quarter profit hit by engine delays, cuts A330 output
Airbus announced a cut in its A330 production after bruising defeats to Boeing in contests for wide-body jets.
It's possible — but difficult — to halve shipping emissions, official says
An agreement to cut the shipping industry's greenhouse gas emissions by 50 percent by 2050 will not be easy.
Hong Kong is stuck playing catch-up in the global 'smart city' rush
Foreign businesses and investors support Hong Kong's smart city idea, but many say specifics are often lacking.
The best athletes share 4 traits. They have nothing to do with sports
When it comes to success, few physically embody that state better than sports stars.
The Moon-Kim summit is historic, but denuclearization wins aren't guaranteed
Skepticism is high as to whether the leaders can achieve progress on curtailing Pyongyang's nuclear arsenal.
Bank of Japan keeps its monetary policy steady, removes time frame for price goal
In a widely expected move, the BOJ maintained its short-term interest rate target at minus 0.1 percent.
Apple, Samsung and a lot of their investors are probably watching today's Korean summit
South Korea is home to manufacturers of flat panel displays, and it is a leader in memory chips. It doesn't end there.
China's top court rules in favor of Dior in trademark case
China's top court has ruled in favor of French fashion house Christian Dior in a perfume bottle trademark case.
Smiling and holding hands, leaders of the two Koreas meet at a historic summit
North Korea's Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in met at the demilitarized zone between the countries.
Asia markets higher as investors eye the inter-Korean Summit; Bank of Japan stays on hold
Asia markets rose, after strong quarterly results from some of the biggest U.S. companies helped gains on Wall Street.
Amazon is straying from Jeff Bezos' vow to 'charge less'
Bezos says Amazon is working to give more to its customers for less, but they aren't really getting anything extra with the Prime increase.
Intel executives say they 'bit off a little too much' amid 10-nanometer chip delays
Despite Intel's first quarter earnings beat, investors remained concerned over further delays to next-generation micro-chips.
Amazon now has a multibillion-dollar advertising business
Amazon's quarterly advertising sales surpassed $2 billion for the first time in the first quarter.
Cramer Remix: Why Whirlpool’s stock is not worth the risk
Jim Cramer issues a new call on Whirlpool after first quarter earnings and the president’s tariffs.
Facebook warns investors that more Cambridge Analyticas are likely
Facebook said in its quarterly report on Thursday that investors could expect to hear about additional incidents of misused data.
Amazon's sellers are going global, helping the company generate big profits
Amazon's global sellers accounted for 25 percent of third-party sales in 2017.
Former Paypal CEO says investors are drinking the bitcoin 'Kool-Aid'
Former Paypal CEO Bill Harris maintains that bitcoin is a scam and investors are "drinking the Kool-Aid."
Cramer: Domino's Pizza might have the best earnings report this season
Jim Cramer says Domino's Pizza might have the best earnings report this season.
After-hours buzz: AMZN, INTC, SBUX & more
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.
Cramer: Big tech is behind today's market rally
Jim Cramer says top technology companies like Facebook and Amazon are behind today's market rally.
Wages and inflation data could stir up markets Friday
The economy may have cooled in the first quarter, as it does every year, but markets are watching to see if wages heated up.
T-Mobile and Sprint aim to complete deal talks as early as next week
T-Mobile majority-owner Deutsche Telekom and Japan's SoftBank, which controls Sprint, are considering an agreement that would dictate how they exercise voting control over the combined company, one of the sources said.
Mattel gains after sales beat expectations
The maker of Barbie dolls and Fisher-Price toys has had a rough year, hurt by the bankruptcy — and now liquidation — of retailer Toys R Us.
Dunkin' CEO disputes Jim Chanos' 'assumption that things are going badly' at the restaurant chain
The CEO of Dunkin' Donuts is disputing comments from short-seller Jim Chanos, who is betting against the brand.
Amazon will stream Thursday Night Football for the next two seasons
Amazon has once again won streaming rights for Thursday Night Football.
White House releases photos of Mike Pompeo meeting with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un
The photo release came hours after the Senate confirmed Pompeo as the next secretary of State.
Southwest not just looking at fan blades in fatal midair failure
Southwest Airlines said another engine component could be responsible for the fuselage damage in a recent accident.


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